America’s INSANE New City Of The Future


by Billion Dollar Builds



American Billionaire Marc Lore has set out to build a city of the future that embodies equity, diversity, and inclusion. Telosa City is planned to be built in a dessert region of USA, likely Utah, and it is estimated to cost $400 billion. Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and his firm Bjarke Ingels Group conceptualized the master plan for the future city of Telosa. Join us today as we explore this new upcoming city in America, that will set a global standard for urban living.

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0:00 Introducing Telosa
1:35 Conceptualizing the City
2:20 Development And Construction
4:15 Cost And Funding
4:54 Different features of the city
7:33 Equity and Governance
8:44 Challenges

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